The controversial podcaster made an antisemitic quip comparing Jews and Italians.
The podcast host made the comments during a July 14 episode of "The Joe Rogan Experience."
The band members asked that Spotify remove their music in February following Neil Young's protest of podcaster Joe Rogan.
"What he's done for Florida has been admirable," the podcast host said of the far-right governor.
Burnham imitates Rogan’s self-congratulatory comments and bogus claims of cancel culture in newly released outtakes from his special "Inside."
"Dammit. It better not be fake. It might be fake," the popular podcaster blurted in an awkward moment that's gone viral.
“During the height of it all, I gained two million subscribers,” the podcaster said.
Joe Rogan called himself a “f**king moron” for saying that young, healthy people should not get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Spotify announced it will add content advisories to any podcast episodes that mention COVID-19 in response to Joe Rogan’s misinformation controversy.
"The Joe Rogan Experience" host's explanation didn't sit well with the "Pulp Fiction" star.